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Imaging Services at UPMC

Technology. Expertise. Convenience.

More than 50 convenient locations. Early morning, evening, and weekend hours. State-of-the-art equipment and technology. These are just some of the ways UPMC Imaging Services brings imaging to a whole new level for patients.

As part of the region’s premier health care system, UPMC Imaging Services offers access to the most advanced imaging technology, including 64-slice CT and wide-bore MRI, as well as the expertise of on-site, sub-specialty trained radiologists who are part of the UPMC Department of Radiology and, who provide fast, high-quality readings. Physicians even have the option to receive their patient’s imaging results electronically.

But technology and expertise are only part of the picture. Our friendly staff, convenient locations, extended hours, and attractive and comfortable waiting and testing areas help to create a positive experience for our patients.

High-quality images interpreted by expert radiologists offer the best chance for accurate diagnosis and treatment planning. And with more than 50 locations across western Pennsylvania, access to high-quality imaging services has never been easier.

Test Results When You Need Them

UPMC Imaging Services offers digital imaging technology, which replaces traditional film with high-quality digital images. These files can be sent to your physician for review or transferred to a compact disk. If your images are ever needed when our office is closed, they are easily accessible at all times from any UPMC hospital or facility.

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